ASSante Is At It Again...He H8S BB

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i tried to watch this but couldn't make it past 2 minutes. i hope his career as a spokesman for mensa goes well. 🤣
 

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Asante and his butterfingers. It would have been nice had he caught that ball. Maybe he wouldn't be so bitter about his career in NE.
 

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Everyone is coming out of the woodwork. Going to be a long off-season unfortunately.
 

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That's a really vague answer.
It was a vague question. Lets just say, lots. If it surprises you that there were a lot of people out there waiting to pounce on Bill and the Patriots when the winning took a year off, then you have not been paying attention.
 

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It was a vague question. Lets just say, lots. If it surprises you that there were a lot of people out there waiting to pounce on Bill and the Patriots when the winning took a year off, then you have not been paying attention.
Sharks circling the waters for sure. Boston media is at the top of the pecking order.
 

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Bill has a way of shutting his critics up and has demonstrated that many times. I have every confidence this will happen again in 2021, but I'm not
in the least surprised that everybody is getting into the act. It's the same thing every time we don't dominate the league and win it all and Brady's
Big Tampa Adventure presents the perfect trail of bread crumbs for all the junior detectives out there to follow: It was Tommy all along.

As far as Assante goes, I stopped listening to him a long time ago. He has offered up differing versions of his iconic, signature Super Bowl choke,
most of which indicate that he felt it was a difficult play and it just didn't work out despite his game effort. In fact, that interception opportunity
it was the fluffiest, fuzziest of bunnies, requiring a modestly well-timed hop to catch a ball perfectly dropped into his breadbasket without anybody
challenging him. It was the chokeiest, chokeing choke of all time and space.

The Venus De Milo could've hauled that one in with her stumps.

Your average T. Rex could've OBJ'd it while simultaneously watching itself on the Jumbotron.

A drunken Italian chef could've trapped it neatly between two pizza paddles.

If you're going to choke a perfect season away then you should have the balls to own what you did. Be a man about it and at least I could respect that.
No surprise to me that Samuel prefers to pretend that he gave an epic effort that fell a little short.

We all would have been better off if he tried to catch it with his mouth.
 

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the worst thing he did in that game was freelance off tyree leaving the best safety BB ever had to be posterized for all eternity.
 
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